Barcelona have been boosted by the return of some of their biggest players ahead of one of the biggest games of their season, the El Clasico
It's time for the biggest spectacle in La Liga. The two polarizing superpowers of Spanish football prepare to face off once again, as Barcelona and Real Madrid go head to head at the Camp Nou.
The UEFA Team of the Year voting is underway, and the European football organization took this opportunity to look back at the players who have made it to this ultimate XI the most times
Barcelona are on the verge of signing a massive €220 million sponsorship deal. Barca vice-president Manel Arroyo has recently hit out at claims that the deal was contingent to Argentine striker Lionel Messi remaining at the Camp Nou.
La Liga giants Barcelona are one of the premier destinations in world football, and they can usually sign any player they want. However this summer they were thwarted by fallen Italian giants Inter Milan, who snapped up one of their transfer targets from under their noses.
La Liga giants Real Madrid top the list of Europe's most productive youth academies in a study conducted by the CIES Observatory in Switzerland.
The rumour mill had recently been buzzing about the possible departure of one of Manchester City's greatest ever players. However, manager Pep Guardiola stressed the importance of the striker following the win over Barcelona.
Manchester City will be missing keeper Claudio Bravo through suspension, while Barcelona are without the injured defensive duo of Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba.
The 22 year old is becoming something of a hot property, having attracted the interests of big European clubs with his solid displays for Palmeiras
The Manchester City manager has found a staunch supporter in the form of Barcelona manager, Luis Enrique amidst a run of poor results.